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Convoy to Canberra One Year On: The Great March

“We should call this Australia Day,” said one indigenous woman. They came with their dogs. They came with their kids. They came with their hearts. There were an estimated 200,000 protestors on the Epic campsite alone. The 12th of February,… Continue Reading →

Convoy to Canberra One Year On: The Spirit Rises

The government, as they so desperately tried to do, dismissed the Convoy to Canberra at their peril. You could not have had a more genuine, more organic or more passionate gathering of Australians from all walks of life; and after… Continue Reading →

Convoy to Canberra One Year On: We Will Wash Away Tyranny

Day three was a cooler day, but only weather wise, Matthew Gray of Café Lockdown wrote. Every hour the police entered the campsite in Canberra’s parliamentary zone and did a walk through. All of them were masked up and initially… Continue Reading →

Convoy to Canberra One Year On: The Prime Minister Who Destroyed Australia

One young woman wearing a halter top with the word LOVEDOWN pencilled across her breasts pretty much summed it up. She held high above her head a sign which read: “We’re not from the Left or Right, We’re from the… Continue Reading →

From All The Lands We Come: The Canberra Convoy One Year On

This is Chapter Two of the book Convoy to Canberra. The excitement, and let’s be frank, the astonishment, gathered like a rolling storm. The preceding days had taken everybody by surprise. No one, not even the most optimistic of activists,… Continue Reading →

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